Lisa was amazed when he looked down, her sight directed toward the valley that was way below from the mountains, she was standing at the top and the line that separated her eyes from the world below was diagonal. Everything seemed too small for her, like if men had become little figurines walking around in a murmur that contrasted the utter silence of the giants that held her existence. Tall trees that in her eyes looked more like the children of the valley surrounded the small town where Ned and Kate were playing, their puppies were beside them looking for a rabbit that had run away to hide in its burrow, their little wet noses stuck in the earth. Ned looked up and saw Lisa standing at the top of the mountains, diagonal sight. She looked like a little star in broad daylight sparkling from above, it took him a few moments to clear his mind and know that his sister had returned.
A is for…
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The space within two line or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line. The amount of rotation needed to bring one line or plane into coincidence with another, generally measured in degrees, minutes and seconds. A viewpoint; standpoint. . A position from which something is viewed or along which it travels or acts, often as measured by its inclination from an implicit horizontal or vertical baseline.